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've not heard heard from an economist or read of an economy city said we need to approach this serious economic challenge by reducing spending and generating new revenues. there's no question the articulation of that model is something we have to do. so we do it in the latest times, but also at the same time making investments to grow our economy. we have to reduce spending, so we have to make choices about what we invest in. i'm wondering if you would share thoughts in terms of getting the most bang for buck. what are the kinds of policies while they are engaged in spending, were likely to produce the greatest economic growth in the greatest help to our economy because not all spending is the same. in that regard in particular registry thoughts about infrastructure spending, rebuilding the crumbling infrastructure of our country in the old-fashioned wpa way bush leaves behind an asset that contributes to economic growth and the ability to compete in the global economy can at the same time puts people to work immediately the leaves behind a valuable asset. how does infrastructure relate to econ
that exposing kids from inner-city to country side to suburbs to science and math teachers who have actually graduate the in the field they teach. we can do this. this is the primary arranges number one recommendation. the gathering to our report and very little happened to it. so the idea is very simple. we need to deploy a set of citizenships to attract young men and women to go college to major in computer science or electronic call engineering or physics or chemistry. and at the same time being certifiable adds k through 12 teachers. secondly, i hope i'm not getting too much to the political side. i'm a bloafer we need to adopt voluntary standard across our states in stem field just as we have in math metics and in english. and these standard need to emphasize learning science by doing it. this is going to attract more kid. look at things like the maker movement. it attracts kids from all over. look at dean cayman first project. in every sinner city in the country as well as the wealthy suburbs. it's the way kids today get excited. they get excited by doing. i think if we can sort of foc
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